The Marmalade Awards and Festival, which was held just last month at the Dalemain Mansion & Historic Gardens, in Penrith, England, saw more than 2,000 homemade marmalades compete for top prizes. The event also included a wide range of exhibitions, shows, talks, and demonstrations.
Unsurprisingly, the list of winners was not without a Spanish company. LoRUSSo, a premium artisan marmalade company from Almería, took home a whole slew of honors, including a gold medal for its Lady Bitter Orange marmalade, made with organic oranges from Seville. It also won silver and bronze medals for its Imperial Mandarin marmalade made with organic mandarins from Valle del Andarax in Almeria. It received a second bronze medal for its artisan sweet orange marmalade and an honorable mention for its Lady Orange marmalade, made with the same organic mandarins.
This prestigious competition provided an outstanding opportunity for LoRUSSo to showcase its products, gain exposure, and raise its profile in a market where marmalade is a very popular product.
The Marmalade Awards and Festival in Penrith provides an outstanding platform for companies in the sector to gain exposure